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Haven’s Knight was something I didn’t expect to enjoy, let alone adore. My scepticism had been high when I picked up another Regan Ure book, trying not to let ‘Loving Bad‘ influence or bias my opinion. Let me just tell you this – Regan Ure has way more than redeemed herself! This moving tale about friendship, romance and standing up to your fears is bound to have you clutching your pillows in floods of tears. Or at least it did to me.
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Damien Knight has his own secrets, he recognizes something in Haven he has never seen in another person. Damien is the schools bad boy, the guy who sleeps with the girls with zero commitment and that will never change. Damien decides as much as Haven has rebuffed his interest, he is going to find out what is going on and when he does he finds himself even more protective of her. Can two people so lost find a future no one saw coming?
This is a tissue book for sure. I thought it was powerful and I was surprised that the Haven-Damien connection is not instant. Everything is gradual and builds with each turn of the page. Excellent read.
This novel was a rollercoaster ride of emotions. It touched on such a deep topic that made it emotional.
What I like most about Haven's Knight was the writing. From the first sentence, it immediately took hold of my attention and captured me into a world of sadness and pain. I felt so much for Haven as a character.
However as much as it pains me to say this ... after a while to story fell completely flat. The shocking reality and rawness that was the beginning of the novel disappeared leaving something unrealistic and too hard to be believe. After a while even the characters became one dimensional. One thing that started to annoy me was Damien's POV; it was thrown into the story at odd and awkward times which made them pointless. And every time the POV switched you were thrown back moments and even days before the present event taking place in the story which became frustrating. Grants reasons for his hatred for Haven was poorly explained. At one point it was discovered that he blamed Haven for her mothers death but that wasn't a correct way to explain why he repeatedly beat her for seven years prior to the mothers death. I felt it was a story plot that lacked any real thought or development. Also the ending rubbed me the wrong way. I didn't understand how and/or why the author choose to have Grant shoot up the school, again another plot to the story with holes. It just didn't add up. Also the fact that Mark intentionally took another life like he was above the law rubbed me the wrong way. I'm all for justice and evil beings getting what they deserved but to allow these young characters to take a life and make the reader think it's okay, that it's acceptable didn't work for me. It could have been implied but it should have never been explained and made to look like it was justified. But that's just me ...
Overall, this was a good novel. The writing was great, Haven's character was well written and developed. The ended fell weak. I will most likely give the author another chance and read another novel from her.